MF Hussain goes fida over Amrita, again!
The prolific painter has invited the actress to spend some quality time with him in London
|MF Hussain(above) and Amrita Rao (right)|
M F Hussain seems to be spoilt for choice. Mumbai Mirror previously reported how the controversial painter has got a new muse in Anushka Sharma.
He also wanted to paint a portrait of the actress. Apparently Hussain is back to wooing Amrita Rao, his former muse. According to our sources, Hussain has invited Rao to stay at his grand home in London.
A few years back, Hussain was bowled over by Amrita after he saw her film Vivah and went on to praise her saying that she defines Indian beauty, coming a close second to Madhuri Dixit.
Our source said, “Amrita has received an invitation to visit Hussainsaab in London. Her family has also been invited.
Hussain requested them to stay with him for a few weeks and he wants to play the gracious host. It will be a great escape for Rao from the sweltering summer of Mumbai. Hussainsaab has always maintained close ties with Amrita.
The buzz is that he is keen to show Amrita his work on the Mughal-e-Azam series at K Asif’s son, Akbar Asif’s penthouse in London. Hussainsaab has also created a painting of Rao as Anarkali performing to the iconic song Pyaar Kiya Toh Darna Kya, inspired from her earlier performances at an award show; which he can’t wait to present to the actress.
Hussainsaab is also planning to host a grand screening of her upcoming film Love U Mr Kalakaar, just like he had done earlier for her previous film Welcome to Sajjanpur.”
Amrita, who was planning for a quick holiday after the release of Sooraj Barjatya’s Love U Mr Kalakaar in May, remained unavailable for comment. However, her manager confirmed the news and said, “Yes it’s true. The dates are not yet fixed but she will travel to London sometime post the release of the film.”
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